Organization as a skill is often underrated, it is an expected skill that many students have yet to grasp. Transitioning from elementary school to middle school comes with a number of changes and challenges. The responsibility to stay organized is taken from the teacher and placed mostly with the student. Teaching organization skills from the offset will help to make this transition easier overall.
Use these helpful steps below to help your students develop good organization habits. Once these established these skills will take them through the rest of their academic and future careers.
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